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I made most of this page into proper English, but can't figure out what "disqualifications" means in this context: "The relationship between Thomas Anders and Dieter Bohlen was bad; Bohlen's second autobiographic book claimed that Anders pursued him to pay a million euros because he included in his book disqualifications to him. Anders won the trial." Elf | Talk 16:04, 20 March 2010 (UTC)
I'm not a German speaker, but a Google translation tells me the last paragraph of the cited article is
Is now still open, what the outcome of the dispute between the two musicians asked about the other pain. The 42-year-old calls for compensation for damage to reputation suffered as a singer and father a million dollars for pain and suffering. In the first instance, he did not succeed. The Berlin court dismissed this claim for pain and suffering the highest ever in the German media world last February from (Fan-Lexikon reported). On the other hand, however, moved Thomas Anders appeal.
So perhaps you'll want to say parts of the book "damaged his reputation". Just a guess here until a native speaker of German shows up, but it looks like the original author either worked from a different version of the German source article, or injected some original research with "the relationship... was bad". Good luck, CliffC (talk) 18:38, 20 March 2010 (UTC)
Thanks, that sounds good to me for now! Elf | Talk 00:21, 21 March 2010 (UTC)